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Environmental Health: OVERVIEW

Epidemiology and surveillance for noninfectious diseases and conditions has long been a function of public health departments. The environmental epidemiology subcommittee supports sharing information and best practices among environmental epidemiologists, which gives state practitioners a resource base and network of experts.
The subcommittee works to inform and guide public health programs and policy through collaborative activities designed to make a national impact on the practice of environmental epidemiology and public health surveillance.
If you are interested in becoming more involved in environmental health with CSTE, please click the topics below or contact Jessica Wurster at CSTE at – we welcome your involvement!
Steering Committee Chair: Sharon Watkins and Henry Anderson
National Office Contacts: Jessica Wurster
Newest ECA Report
2013 Environmental Health Epidemiologic Capacity Assessment (ECA) of State and Territorial Health Departments represents the most complete and comprehensive national data on epidemiology workforce needs. The report addresses:
  1. environmental health epidemiology capacity and activities,
  2. data access and support,
  3. data collection and dissemination,
  4. organizational structure and capacity and
  5. collaborations with internal and external partners and participation in national workgroups/meetings.
For more information, learn about the 2013 ECA core report.

Recent Forum Activity
CO Poisoning surveillance data MMWR Surveillance Summaries
Posted by: Steven Macdonald PhD MPH, Friday, December 20, 2013
Forum: Environmental
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